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LG 510

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by TeSan, Oct 12, 2002.

  1. TeSan

    TeSan New Member

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    i was wondering if anybody could tell me a bit about this phone. i read some of the other threads...and i saw somehwere that this phone doesnt have an answering machine that u can set up? so is that basicly saying that the phone must be off for it to pic up or there has to be a certain amount of rings. B/c the phone i have now, afer a certain amount of rings, it will automaticlly answer even if on. thanks for the help
     
  2. justice

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    I do not know from experience, but my good friend has it though Verizon, and I know he has voice mail. I don't see why it would matter if the phone is on or off.
     
  3. TeSan

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    thanx much
     
  4. Guest

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    Voicemail works the same as any other phone. I think the 'feature in question' is one touch access to your voicemail. With a Sprint PCS phone I had I only needed to hold one button to listen to my voicemail. With the LG (and Verizon) I have to enter my voicemail (either *86, my cell number, or through menu options) then put in my password. Several steps compared to one step. But Sprint is the worst wilreless communications provider, so I'll use a few extra steps, to stay with Verizon.
     
  5. TeSan

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    excellent
     
  6. wiredog

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    The voice mail is thru your wireless provider, and access will depend on their service. The phone has a built in answering machine, but it uses the same memory for voice mail as for voice messages and voice dialing. It is limited to about 4 minutes I believe so a voice mail service from your wireless service is a better bet.
     
  7. wiredog

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    Actually, you can program a dialing memory location in your phone book for your voice mail. You can also program in your password for voice mail and voice link it. I did this for mine and now I just pusht the clr button, say "voicemail" and it goes straight to my answering service. I also made the number secret so no one can see my password without unlocking first.
     

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